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The term “Mediterranean diet” is based on the comparatively lower rates of heart disease and other diseases among individuals living in regions where the diet is high in olive oil, fruits, and vegetables. Fluid Meal Replacements offer convenience and can almost be considered capable of meeting complete nutritional needs for short to moderately extended periods of time. Products in this category include Ensure ® and Slimfast®. Although these products are not considered main-line nutraceutical foods or beverages, they contain soy protein, a highly regarded nutraceutical protein known to lower blood cholesterol levels,48 and the phenolics genistein and daidzein (genistin and daidzin are the glycoside forms naturally occurring in soy), thought to help prevent breast cancer and other disorders.

Ferulic acid G. Phenylpropenes C6–C3 1. Eugenol 2. Myristicin H. Coumarins (C) and isocoumarins (I) C6–C3 1. Aesculetin (C) 2. Umbelliferone (C) 3. Berfenin (I) I. Chromones C6–C3 1. Eugenin J. Naftoquinones C6–C4 1. Juglone 2. Plumbagin K. Xanthones C6–C1–C6 1. Mangiferin L. Stilbenes C6–C2–C6 1. Lunularic 2. Piceid 3. Anthraquinones C6–C2–C6 1. Emodin N. Flavonoids C6–C3–C6 1. 2 (CONTINUED) Nine Basic Classes of Nutraceuticals (Functional Food Ingredients) in Foods with Examplesa 2. Dihydrochalcones 3.

33 Accumulating evidence suggests that nutraceuticals contribute to health, but it is through their consumption, in a varied diet, over a long period of time — possibly a lifetime. 34 Because many of the food ingredients promoted for nutraceutical properties are relatively new to the diet, information on the Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) of any nutraceutical is totally lacking. The National Academy of Sciences deÞned the UL of a nutrient to be the highest level of daily intake that is likely to pose no risk of adverse health effects for a high percentage of the population.

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